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alive. the faithful are staying faithle. >> dan: fingers crossed. >> ama: larry, katie, shu, and wayne, are sending out a lot of great behind the scenes tweets >> dan: we'll follow our team on twitter and facebook for the best up to the minute coverage on and off the field. stay here with us. >> ama: now to san francisco. where tomas roman caught up with some ravens fans. >> dan: some say they fear for their safety and you hate to hear that. >> it's a sad thing, especially on day like today. the owners and operators half dear mom here on 16th street say they lost thousands of dollars in tips and sales and it's all because of a few people who become violent whenever a competing team comes into town for a big game. >> more than 200 baltimore raven fans were expected to be inside dear mom in san francisco, cheer on their team. but owners were told the party might be a dangerous idea. >> police officers letting my bosses know there were threats against the bar. they had to shut down today. >> amanda works a tavern in the mission district, which is owned by at the operators or dear mom. the
-point comeback proved to be too large. they lost by three points. they certainly played well. i'm ama daetz. >> dan: i'm dan ashley. we're live above mission district. the city is quite tame after this loss. police have been called to a few distinction but at this point no significant problems. >> ama: 49er fans were brace to go celebrated after an amazing come back in the third quarter. sky7hd caught two incidents of fireworks being set off in the mission district. >> dan: there were a number of arrests but no reports of major problems. tomas ramon is in north beach live where big crowds packed bars. they left with a different mood than they had hoped to leave with. >> they left a lot more somber than when they arrived. it's pretty quiet. police that were stationed are sent to other potential problem areas in the city. let me give you a look about an hour ago. >> they were called out to the sported bar because of rowdy behavior around 7:00. more than 20 officers took up positions in the area. a contingent of 8 motor officers kept a close eye on the club in case things got out 6 a han
-- wayne has a great story at 6:00. mike shumann will be long later on in sports. ama, one concern. you're wearing ravens purple. i'm sure it was just an accident. i don't know any other explanation. >> it was clearly a horrible accident. wait until tomorrow because i already have my red planned out. you know i have to wear red for the 49ers. >> all right. i guess that's the excuse you're going with. we'll see you later nonsports. >> ama: it is. thank you so much, larry. larry, katie, shu, and wayne are sending out a lot of updates. and during the game, follow our team in new orleans on twitter and facebook for the best up to the minute coverage on what is happening on and off the field. you'll see a lot of police on the streets of san francisco. the chief said there will be twice as many officers out. >> niner fans, we don't want to arrest anybody. we want everybody to have a blarks celebrate the stick, and just show the country that nobody has it better than us. >> muni will run diesel buses that can be quickly rerouted, and at 5:00 p.m. all buslines on market street will be detoured
were not available for comment. we're live in berkeley. >> ama: a bicyclist has died after being hit by a cement truck in san francisco. it happened this morning in front of at&t park. a woman on a bike was hit by the right side of the truck and got caught in the rear wheel and was dragged ten feet. the truck dispopped the driver is cooperating with police. >> hundreds of people lined up to buy firearms and ammunition during a gun show today in vallejo. just wrapped up at the solano county fairgroundses. show organizers say crowds have been larger since the connecticut school tragedy with lie-abiding people concerned about their second amendment right to bear arms. >> you look rind at the show crowd see nothing bought bunch of good old boy constitutional, bike bible thumping american citizens, moms pushing their babies in carts. >> four weeks ago you could walk to the tick counter, walk in the door, and the tickets jumped up. parking jumped up. they're capitalizing on this. >> some people say prices for guns and ammo have almost doubled in recent weeks. the gun show continues tomorro
. >> ama: dorner is accused of a number of shooting that left three people dead, including a police officer. in an online manifesto, police say he wrote he depicts himself as a black man wronged whose badge was unjustly taken by racist college -- colleagues. >> the family of a missing sacramento man continues their such for him. jason ciels was last seen in sonoma county last saturday. witnesses say they saw him naked and chanting in the park. police suspended the search for him on thursday but the family says they will not give up until he is found. >>> an alarming spike in the number of rapes reported in berkeley last year has city officials asking. why there were 39 rapes reported in berkfully 201. the most in the last five years. up 95% from 2011. the jump in numbers may not indicate more crimes but better support for victims leading to a higher rate of reporting assaults. many cases involve students at uc berkeley. >> we're very concerned because it looks like the vast majority of the sexual assaults are commit by acquaintances, a former dating relationships and this is quite concernin
targeted because they're related to you? that is absolutely terrifying. >> ama: the police chief said he re-opened the case of dorner's firing from the lapd to foster public trust in the department. >>> the santa clara county sheriff's office is investigating a fatal shooting in san jose. two men were involved in a shooting near highway 85. one man died at the scene and the other was located at good samaritan hospital being treated for a nonlife-threatening wounds. >> a community meeting in oakland is just wrapping up. the first meeting with one of the city's new consultants. sergio quintana was at the meeting. reporter: this is a pretty well attended meeting with a few hundred people from this area of oakland in attendance. the basic idea here is to lay out the basic steps how the consulting firm wants to get a hold on the industries crime problem. now, robert was ehrman can the chairman of the strategic policy partnership, went through a detailed power point presentation that lays out how the oakland police should operate. one big change would be cutting the city into five geographic area
with an agenda, gun, and a badge. durrell will be in court next month. lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> ama: we do have breaking news out of milpitas. a two-alarm fire is burping on conway street. the fire broke out at a home just after 10:00. we have a crew on the way to the scene. >>> now to developing news out of las vegas. police are looking for the man they have identified as the suspect in the fatal shooting of a rapper. kenny cherry, jr. died last week on the leaves strip from gunshots fired from a black range row version police believe ammar harris was involved. he has a police regard for kidnapping and pandering. the black range rover was found in an apartment complex. police believe the two men got in an argument. and two other people were killed when his car hit a taxi and the cab burst into flames. >> more on the wreck in daytona. 30 spectators were injured when one of the cars went sailing into the air and smashed into the fence. reporter: the violent ten-car crash came on the final lap of the nationwide race. that's kyle larson's car going airborne, crashing into the fence separat
. durrell will be in court next month. lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> ama: we do have breaking news out of milpitas. a two-alarm fire is burping on conway street. the fire broke out at a home just after 10:00. we have a crew on the way to the scene. >>> now to developing news out of las vegas. police are looking for the man fatal the fatal shooting of a rapper. kenny cherry, jr. died last week on the leaves strip from gunshots fired from a black range row version police believe ammar harris was involved. he has a police regard for kidnapping and pandering. the black range rover was found in an apartment complex. police believe the two men got in an argument. and two other people were killed when his car hit a taxi and the cab burst into flames. >> more on the wreck in daytona. 30 spectators were injured when one of the cars went sailing into the air and smashed into the fence. reporter: the violent ten-car crash came on the final lap of the nationwide race. that's kyle larson's car going airborne, crashing into the fence separating the track from the fans. the whole front end of his car
for the red and gold. >> ama: were thinking, this could be a momentum-killer for the ravening are right it? will be interesting to see how this goes once they start playing. >> mike: no question. and they start the second half with the kickoff return and you're going, my goodness. but they seem to have the 49ers' number right now. 49ers need to take advantage of this somehow and come back and get of the scoreboard. we're just getting an announcement that the game is going to resume shortly. but, boy, this is almost 45-minute break between the first half and second half, between halftime and this power outage. >> i imagine, what are the coaches telling the team? john harbaugh is saying don't let this break the momentum, and jim harbaugh is thinking before taked advantage. >> when you play the super bowl, you know -- maintain themselves. you have a heightened sense of adrenaline when you come out for the second half dismowrks that's tempered off. now you have to get yourself back up for the game. so it will depend on which team can do that the best, and almost rather be on offense right now
? 'cause we shouldn't really help with your love life. yoplait. it is so good! >>> good evening, i'm ama daetz. a ten-year-old girl is being remembered one day after she was killed in an apartment fire. a vigil is being held in her honor outside her home where a memorial is growing. she was trapped on the second floor. investigators are trying to find out why. tonight 22 people remain homeless. their apartments were destroyed in that fire. to pa mas ramon has more on the fire and the outpouring of support for the family who lost a loved one. >>> stuffed animals and flowers have been left in front of the apartment here on mariner drive. he added one of his toys to the memorial. >> kind of let the family to know. >> this is video taken by a patser bie. this is what she died after being trapped on the second floor after the fast-moving fire devoured the structure. four other family members escaped unharmed. all six units have been condemned due to the damage. jeffrey khuarl bers tried to reach the girl by running into the broken home and he is heartbroken he failed. >> i could not save that
>> ama: amount. >>> searchers are focusing on big bear just east of los angeles. but tonight there are new developments in the hunt for christopher dorner. john alston is live with the latest. >> we've learned that doorer may have called the father of a shooting victim just to taunt him while his whereabouts are still unknown, police are learning more about his movements after the killing spree began. the latest piece of evidence is surveillance video from an out to parts store in san diego, appears to show him thoughing a military belt and a bullet magazine into a dumpster. it was reported on monday, two days after the body0s two of people were found in a parking lot. and police found weapons inside his burnedded truck which turned up near big bear lake. the truck had a broken axle. >> as l.a. mayor antonio villaraigosa made the plea to turn. in the police chief announced he is re-opening this investigation of dorner's firing. >> he wants to ensure that the public knows that the los angeles police department is fair and transparent. >> dorner is vowing revenge for his firing
. he said he arranged for donors to give a new truck. the two women retained an attorney. >> ama: new information tonight about the man arrested yesterday for trying to blow up a bank of america branch in oakland. 27-year-old matthew lines is charged with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. >> attorney cameron bowman represented him after the year was arrested at the father's san jose home for illegal possession of an ak-47 and a high capacity magazine. he said he is sad about the cline's involvement. >> police took matthew into custody april 27th on his father's san jose home. an attorney says his father called for help. >> he was held, they were going to checking transcribe problems. >> at the time math cruisely father told police about the ak-47 he had. the attorney says the extent of the mental health issues became clear. >> the court was concerned that he was at lest bipolar and probably schizophrenic and he had a history of delusional thinking, fan takes. >> according to the fbi criminal complaint he connected with their undercover operative shortly after being rel
news. >> ama: new details in a story abc7 news brought now first yesterday at 5:00. the coast guard is conducting interviews in the investigation into the collision between a boat and ferry on the san francisco bay. the coast guard says the ms san francisco was heading from sausolito to san francisco when it collided with a smaller boat traveling at a high speed. two people in the boat were injured. here is new video of the vessel now in a salvage yard. you can see the damage. sky 7hd shows you the ferry involved. it was operating again today, and ferry service is running as scheduled. >> a 72-year-old woman has died from injuries she received after being hit bay muni bus in daly city. the accident happened at 4:30 yesterday afternoon. it involved the number 18, 46th avenue bus. the woman was hit by the back of the bus when she was in a crosswalk. family members say the woman died after being taken to the hospital thump muni driver will undergo standard drug and alcohol testing. >> new tonight. the search is on for a man wanted for two random attacks against women in san francisco's
dollar helps. reporting in concord, abc7 news. >> ama: breaking news from the sports world as 28 spectators were hospitalized at daytona after a last lap crash sent flying debris into the stand. it happened as drivers approached the fin inline in the nationwide race. kyle larson's car broke through the safety fence, sending car parts, gug a tire, into the grandstands, there were no fatilities and none of the drivers were seriously hurt. mike shumann will have more later. >>> new at 5:00, mc hammer is using social media to discuss his arrest in dublin thursday night. in one of many tweets he writes, instead of being bitter i'm taking the opportunity to make this a teachable moment and an eye-opener for my many friends and colleagues. hammer was arrested at the hacienda shoppinger in, on choonches obstructing an officer and resisting an officer. hammer claims he was minding his on business when an officer tapped on his car window and asked him if he was on parole or probation. >>> two men were badly burned in the south bay this morning after an electrical panel explosion. happened
in palo alto, abc7 news. >> ama: police in palo alto are investigating whether an attempted robbery is related to a series of robberies in the area. happenedder in the webster parking garage around 8:30. the victim says a man rolled up on a bike, pulled a gun, and demand end money. the victim briefly fought with the attacker, and ran away. the police are still looking for the suspect. >> rapper mc hammer claims an insulting question from a dublin police officer led to his arrest thursday night. the oakland native tweeted he was at a shopping center when an officer asked him if he was on probation or parole, then pulled out a gun. hammer was booked on charges of resisting and obstructing an officer in one of many tweets, hammer writes, instead of being bitter i'm taking the opportunity to make this a teachable moment and eye-opener for my many friends and colleagues. >> hollywood boulevard is a flurry of activity outside the theater will where the oscars will be held. and our arts and entertainment reporter is live outside the' theater. hi, don, great to see you. >> good to see you a
evening, i'm ama daetz. tonight there's memorial at alan wit t park near where thele girl's body was found. reporter: sources just told me the 13-year-old died of strangulation. several other test results involving the autopsy are still not in, but meantime, this memorial continues to grow. >> alan witt park has gone from a crime scene an altar, honoring a 13-year-old girl found alone, naked, and dead. >> she was face down. there was no obvious signs of trauma. that's all i'll say. >> and today, fairfield police asked abc7 not to release the girl's name or photos. detectives are following several leads from nearby surveillance cam razz do do not -- cameras but not a have any suspects. the little girl was at school on thursday and when she didn't return home that afternoon, her foster parents called police. this friend was with her just before she got on the bus thursday after school. >> we were talking, and then that's the last time i seen her. >> now the tears wash over this community in mourning. >> at it heartbreaking to now that a teenage girl ended up dead in a park here. >> the sad
is that purple dress of yours could be a jinx. it could disrupt the mojo, ama? that's the only thing standing in our way. >> the only problem it's not a dress, it's a jacket. so we'll work on that. i have my red all picked out for tomorrow. we're good to go for super bowl. thank you, larry. they're sending out a lot of behind the scene updates. 49er fans michael and ken, we're retweeting the best, and during the game follow our team in new orleans on twitter and facebook for the best up to the minute coverage. and whatever happens on sunday night, abc7 news will be here to cover it. we'll be right after the game with live coverage from the bay area and new orleans. >> just ahead, predicting the super bowl, larry just did. but coming out, find out who other guys think will win. >> also ahead. bay area workers want to expose the dirty secrets in the recycle can business. >> the warning you need to know about if you're heading to the beach. >> leigh: i'm meteorologist leigh glaser. temperatures actually came down a few degrees this afternoon. what about your supersunday? we'll look at that forec
. rethink possible. >>> good evening, i'm ama daetz. berkeley police have seen the spike in the number of rapes in the berkeley area. it increased 95% from 20 to 39 in 2012. as tomas ramon tells us the victim new the attacker. >> reporter: u.c. student says she knows what often leads to these sexual assaults. she has been to the off campus parties. >> she is having a third drink and it gives you permission to put your hand up her skirt? i don't know. >> drugs and alcohol and someone the victim new. the majority of attack not occur on campus but at parties in the surrounding neighborhoods. where an estimated students like she lives. >> it is definitely disturbing that i personally cannot feel safe in this community all the time. that is a very realistic. >> the captain released the latest figures this week, he is concerned because the highest increase in five years. >> we're very concerned because it looks like the vast majority of these sexual assaults are committed by acquaintances or a former dating relationship. >> reporter: stranger rapes in berkeley have been extremely rare but th
is not a matter of if. it's a matter of when. >> alex stone, abc7 news. >> ama: breaking news from san jose. emergency crews have just rescued two people trapped in a car that trashed hundreds of feet off a cliff. it happened just after 2:00 when the car wend over the edge of the hypernear clayton road. the driver and passenger were both seriously hurt. >>> oakland is reporting its ninth homicide of the year after a man was shot to death last night in east oakland. it happened around 10:30 near 580. police are searching for suspects. last year at this time there were 14 homicides in oakland. >>> organizers've oak land reside first friday music and art event say they're making security changes after a shooting shortly after the festival ended. the oakland tribune reports organizers will coordinate with police and provide private security and will work with news organizations to provide programs of the event and a peace concert may be part of the festival next month. >>> right now in oakland, a public meeting on police department policy has just finishing up. the event is the first of several
a former police officer and suspected murderer. good evening, i'm ama daetz. they accused of christopher dorner of being a domestic terrorist and the british paper is reporting drones are being used to search for him. >> a tip on the possible sighting a former los angeles officer christopher dorner led them to evacuate but there is no sign of the suspected killer. police are banning together to offer an incentive. >> collectively this group is posting a reward of one million dollars that will lead to his capture. >> they say the reward is high because the stakes are so high. >> every day that dorner is loose, the likelihood of an attack on either uniformed police officer or a family after police officer is likely. >> police suspect the 33-year-old fugitive in a week long rein have terror in a manifesto he made claims against the lapd says it's corrupt and vowed war against colleagues and their families. police chief is reopening the 2007 case that resulted him in getting firing but not to appease dorner. >> is there is anything to what he says we'll deal with it in a public way. >> they
together how this happened. reporting live, abc7 news. >> ama: a little girl is dead, and two firefighters injured top after a fire race thyroid an apartment complex on treasure island. the early morning fire broke out on mirier mariner drive. these are cell phone pictures of three apartments engulfed in flames. a 10-year-old girl was trapped in the middle apartment. a neighbor described the scene. >> the mother was running around saying, my baby's inside. people went up to try to go through the door, and as we approached the door, it exploded and fire and smoke came out. >> ama: five other members of the girl's family escaped without injury. two firefighters who tried to rescue the girl, fell through two floors and were injured. 30 people were displaced. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >>> a 45-year-old man died when his pickup truck rear-ended a big rig parked on the side of highway 101 near the northbound atherton exit this morning. the impact totaled the front of the pickup. the driver's name has not been released. the driver of the big rig has pulled over and was in the
, lisa amin gulezian. abc7 news. >> ama: the city of oakland and the organizer of the popular arts festival will meet to discuss safety measures after a shooting killed one person. three more were injured at the first friday celebration on telegraph avenue. an 18-year-old was killed. a 17-year-old boy and two women are expected to survive. more than ten thousand people attended the event celebrating local artists. >>> we're just hours away from super bowl xlvii, and the excitement is brewing, both here and in new orleans. we have team coverage tonight. mike shumann is live in new orleans but we begin here in san francisco with abc7 news reporter john alston. >> we're here in one of the areas police are expecting crowds in addition to the mission, as welling a north beach. the plan is when the fans compiling out of bars, the federal people they see are the police. this is what happened last year after the world series. the next test for san francisco police will come tomorrow. the department will have more than 100 extra officers on duty. the chief is reminding partiers there well b
tomorrow. abc7 news. >> ama: an early morning apartment fire on treasure island killed a ten-year-old girl and has displaced don dozens of residents. it happened on mariner drive. that's where sergio quintana is live with the details. reporter: this is a fire that has hit the island pretty hard. a few minutes ago i watched as neighbors came by to drop off some stuffed animals. >> in the cell phone video you seek the flames and neighbors unable to get into the building to help anyone out. trapped in this inferno, a ten-year-old girl. >> we heard she was crying, the windows burst in, and everybody had to kind of scatter and run. >> desiree lives next door to the victim and her family for seven years. she heard someone pounding on her door and that's when the tried to get everyone out. she is devastated at the loss of her ten-year-old neighbor. >> the child was yelling, and screaming for her mom. couldn't go in. >> she and her four children are now homeless. their apartment was among four damaged or destroyed. 30 other residents are also displaced. [sirens] >> some residents complained about
was put out of service for the day but regular ferry service should resume tomorrow. abc7 news. >> ama: an early morning apartment fire on treasure island killed a ten-year-old girl and has displaced don dozens of residents. it happened on mariner drive. that's where sergio quintana is live with the details. reporter: this is a fire that has hit the island pretty hard. a few minutes ago i watched as neighbors came by to drop off some stuffed animals. >> in the cell phone video you seek the flames and neighbors unable to get into the building to help anyone out. trapped in this inferno, a ten-year-old girl. >> we heard she was crying, the windows burst in, and everybody had to kind of scatter and run. >> desiree lives next door to the victim and her family for seven years. she heard someone pounding on her door and that's when the tried to get everyone out. she is devastated at the loss of her ten-year-old neighbor. >> the child was yelling, and screaming for her mom. couldn't go in. >> she and her four children are now homeless. their apartment was among four damaged or destroyed. 30 o
when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. >> ama: i'm ama daetz. in less than 24 hours we'll have a new superbowl champion. they are going for a sixth franchise trophy. they are getting used to the foomd and stadium. streets are packed with niner fans as they told katie marzullo it was expensive but well worth it to join the super party in new orleans. >> in new orleans it's always a party but something feels different now. >> go niners! >> 49er fans have arrived and they all have a tale to tell us. they are from sacramento. michael went online and his fate was sealed. >> i knew they were going. i bought the tickets. we'll get arrangements. we tried to get flights and we couldn't so we drove here. >> we were driving here, it was a lot of fun. >> joe is here from san francisco. he a season ticket holder and world's most generous niner fan. >> i gave two tickets to my son and daughter and i bought mine. >> his cost $1400. toss the 50-yard line. you don't have to be from san francisco or california to be a 49er fan. meet curtis from mississippi. >> we have to support them. >>
in this situation. reporting live in the mission district, abc7 news. >> ama: two san francisco police officers were injured overnight trying to break up a number of fights in north people. happened at 2:00 a.m. on broadway street. the officers suffered minor injuries and were treated at a local hospital. two people have been arrested for assaulting them. >>> new at 6:00. the president of new york's naacp said today, even members of the police force tell him they are against the controversial policy of stop and friction. that -- stop and frisk. that policy could be coming to oakland. william bratton ised a an -- advocate of stop and frisk. critics call it racial profiling. supporters say it's an effective tool in the fight against crime. >> a con vick it rapist who fled the country has been arrested in mexico. he was arrested in acapulco. convicted of rape, robbery, and burglary in fess -- fresno county in mid-december. three days after he disappeared. his father is an assistant chief with the chp was arrested for allegedly helping in the escape. two other family members were also arrested. >> we ha
to be there. >> here we go from angel stadium in anaheim, the season opener for the 2013 monster energy ama supercross and world championship! who's going to get the start? looks like trey canard on the outside. >> millsaps grabbed it. benjryan dungey is in the mix. here comes villopoto in the green kawasaki. sporting the number one. oh, villopoto off the track, and goes over the berm. >> villopoto goes down again! ryan villopoto, and he is limping. and villopoto was limping as he goes back to his bike. >> lucky he got back up, that was a gnarly crash. >> you see him shaking his head. >> getting his helmet and goggles right there. >> it is a 3-rider race for the win. suzuki and a couple of hondas. >> here comes trey. here comes trey canard making the move up the inside. millsaps right behind him, on the honda number 41, and on the 18 of davi millsaps. >> it ain't over yet, boys. >> he ain't done yet. >> i put my head down and kept charging, not settle for second even though it is the first round. i have never won at anaheim before. i just had to go for it. >> here is millsaps! who is going
♪ the one and only, cheerios >> ama: vallejo has been named one of the nation's most miserable cities to live in. forbes named it as sixth most miserable. unemployment, violent crime, home prices and taxes. vallejo made the lesson because of a high foreclosure rate. >>> no more working for home at yahoo. ceo fired off a memo that all employees will have to work from their local offices beginning in june. she says it's important for communication and collaboration. it will only impact a few hundred employees but several of them have voiced their anger to that website. >> hollywood is rolling out the red carpet for oscar night. crews spent the day getting the dolby theater ready for the top prize. abc7 is the only place to watch the show. our live coverage starts at 2:00 p.m. backstage pass feature will g you the best access with a dozen cameras streaming from behind the scenes. get the oscar experience available for the ipad, iphone and kindle fire. and virtual oscars party on the facebook page tomorrow. just like us on facebook and hang out with pa9d,000 bay area fans to post your opi
's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >>> good evening, i'm ama daetz. >> larry: i'm larry beil. >> the oscars just wrapped up and argo took home the trophy for best picture. michelle obama surprised everyone by announcing the winner. >> that was pretty great. they tried to jazz up the format and a lot more music, seth mcfarland was edgy. >> and pixstar and ang lee won for life of pi. >> and christoff waltz was spectacular in django unchained, best supporting actor award. >> jennifer lawrence took best actress. but it was dress was quite dramatic and daniel day lewis won for his role in lincoln. >> three years ago, before we decided to do a straight script. i had been committed to play margaret thatcher. >> "good morning america" stars are joining jimmy kimmel and at 11:00, don sanchez joins us live from the red carpet from los angeles. >> ben affleck's movie argo was one of the films that jimmy carter criticized and he did not hoeld back the president's handling from nuclear threats from iran. more on the speech today. >> the theater was filled up at h
. this is video minutes after the tragedy. we have team coverage tonight. ama dates is on the heros of the tragedy. >> we will begin with leslie brinkley and a community absolutely in shock. leslie? >> that's right, dan. two police officers lost their lives here. that has never, ever happened in santa cruz before. you know that moment when the shock hits you and the tears haven't started flowing yet, that's where santa cruz is at tonight. >> we were feeling sad for that policeman. we went over and prayed. >> they protect your world in santa cruz. >> this quiet beach town of 60,000 residents is in mourning. all ages turned out to pay tribute to detective elizabeth butler and sergeant butch baker. his best friend passed out candles, but couldn't bear to talk yet. this was all still too overwhelming. >> his son is a community officer i work closely with. elizabeth has two really small children. they are going to grow up without their mother. that's very sad. she was an exceptional mom. >> deborah elston coordinated this vigil after getting inundated with e-mails. >> i was getting lots of e-mails from
tonight. ama dates is on the heros of the tragedy. >> we will begin with leslie brinkley and a community absolutely in shock. leslie? >> that's right, dan. two police officers lost their lives here. that has never, ever happened in santa cruz before. you know that moment when the shock hits you and the tears haven't started flowing yet, that's where santa cruz is at tonight. >> we were feeling sad for that policeman. we went over and prayed. >> they protect your world in santa cruz. >> this quiet beach town of 60,000 residents is in mourning. all ages turned out to pay tribute to detective elizabeth butler and sergeant butch baker. his best friend passed out candles, but couldn't bear to talk yet. this was all still too overwhelming. >> his son is a community officer i work closely with. elizabeth has two really small children. they are going to grow up without their mother. that's very sad. she was an exceptional mom. >> deborah elston coordinated this vigil after getting inundated with e-mails. >> i was getting lots of e-mails from the neighbors. what can we do? how can we help? we nee
coverage tonight. ama dates is on the heros of the tragedy. >> we will begin with leslie brinkley and a community absolutely in shock. leslie? >> that's right, dan. two police officers lost their lives here. that has never, ever happened in santa cruz before.ow that you know that moment when the shock hits you and the tears haven't started flowing yet, that's where santa cruz is at tonight. >> we were feeling sad for that policeman. we went over and prayed. >> they protect your world in santa cruz. >> this quiet beach town of 60,000 residents is in mourning. all ages turned out to pay tribute to detective elizabeth butler and sergeant butch baker. his best friend passed out candles, but couldn't bear to talk yet. this was all still too overwhelming. >> his son is a communityficer . elizabeth has two really small children. they are going to grow up without their mother. that's very sad. she was an exceptional mom. >> deborahn elston coordinated this vigil after getting inundated with e-mails. >> i was getting lots of e-mails from the neighbors. what can we do? how can we help? we n
know of. for the latest on the search to find him before he hurts anyone else we turn to ama dates who is in the newsroom. >> 33-year-old christopher dorner, the former officer suspected of going on a deadly rampage fuelled by revenge has managed to evade police another day. the search for him in the san bernadino mountains has been scaled back because of a fierce winter storm. heavy snow blanketing big bear valley made the manhunt for excop and accused killer challenging at best. the investigators began scouring big bear thursday when dorner's smoldering truck and tracks were found. >> the tracks are not related to dorner. there was also of a report of a door kick at a cabin in the seven oaks area. they checked that out. it is old damage. >> air support had to be called off because of the storm. police used snow caps to access and check more than 200 cabins. under the cover of darkness two-person units will patrol the area overnight. that's 12 more teams than usual. the all out hunt will resume in the morning. >> the possibility he -- the possibility is he is in the forest, and we wil
to have a chance to be back with ama, and i want to start by thanking dr. lazarus, and congratulating him for his leadership and this year, to say hello to doctor madeira, ceo who i've worked with for a number of years, and recognize that following me this morning on the panel you'll hear from one of her former leaders who we get the opportunity to work with each and every day, dr. nancy nielsen, was a former ama president who is now part of our centers for innovation, helping to promote and drive a lot of the very exciting work going on in the delivery system. and also hopefully throughout the course of the day you will get to have a chance to talk to dr. nancy cullen, another great health leader at hhs who does a lot of outreach for the physician community. i told dr. lazarus as us coming in, i think it's a very opportune time to have a psychiatrist lead the ama. you may all need his personal help and support, but also i think the country is primed for an important dialogue. there's no question that the recent tragedy in newtown broke the hearts of the nation. but it also gives us an im
[applause] >> well, good morning, everybody. it's really nice to have a chance to be that way if ama and i want to start by thanking dr. lazarus and congratulating him for his leadership this year. say hello to dr. madeira, your ceo whoever chris for a number of years and recognize following knee this morning on a piano, you'll hear from one of your former leaders who we get the opportunity to work with each and every day, that nancy nielsen, a former ama president, who is now part of our centers for an invasion, hoping to promote and drive a lot of the very exciting work going on in the delivery system and also hopefully throughout the course of the day you have a chance to talk to dr. mandy cohen, a great health later at hhs who does a lot of outreach with the physician community. i told dr. lazarus as i was coming in, i think it is a very opportune time to have a psychiatry sleep the ama. the law may need his personal help and support, but also, i think the country is behind for an important dialogue. there's no question the reason tragedy in newtown broke the hearts of the nation, but
for the change. >> ama: it's time to check on spots. colin is here because we sent shu packing. >> the quest for a repeat is underway. the entire giant team >> just four days into spring training bruce bochy has already been asked the question, have the giants become a dynasty? three in four years would answer the question. the quest has begun and we begin by joining mike shumann live with the giants in scottsdale. take it away. >> mike: colin, in team sports, once the season is over everybody is gone, and of course winning a world series it's a short offseason so with today's workout it was like getting the band back together. the world series champion giants are together for the first time sin winning it all in october and it's like the band is back together. >> kind of lose touch with guys over the offseason, so kind of like a little reunion the first day, and i think everybody is excited. >> talking trash and everything the first morning. >> definitely. never stops. >> 21 out of 25 people on the roster are back. got to bode well. >> it's awesome. the chemistry is the most important thing
robbers. ama dates is in belmont live with the tricks the thieves are using to hit homes now. ama? >> the trick is by no means sophisticated, but it tells the burglar no one is home, but today it goes as planned. >> it was 9:30 this morning on a quiet belmont street when an 86-year-old woman heard her door bell. >> it was a split level house and she was coming from an upper level and it took her awhile to get to the door. >> when she finally got to the door, no one was there. but she heard a sound in the basement and went to check it out. >> when she opened the door to the stirwell, the burglar was stairs.g at the top of the both were surprised. she challenged him and asked what he was doing in her house and he turned and ran back down the stairs and fled from the house. >> the door bell was of part ofa ruse. one that was used in the area in the past few months. the department even put out this youtube video of what it might look like. >> if you answer they will be offering gardening services or tell you they are lost or have some other legitimateounding ploy for being in the neig
their counterparts. ama dates was at sfo tonight when they landed back home. >> a big welcome home for these high school athletes. the baseball and softball players spent the last nine days in havana, cuba playing against students there. >> it was amazing. >> they played more for the love of the game which is cool because you are having more fun while playing. >> these are just a few of the spec spectacular photos from the trip. >> we learned a lot and got to see some things that some of these guys have never got to see before in marin county. >> -- i heard they were poor, but proud, and that was true. >> i saw students experiencing life in the moment and having fun in the moment. they weren't on their smart phones and texting. they weren't talking to their friends. they were participating together as a group. >> parents admit it was hard to have their kids so far away. >> it was hard not having contact, but we have the itinerary and tried to follow along vicariously. >> reporter: but they know it was worth it. >> i was yous so happy to know he was having this once in a lifetime experience. how m
american team to go there to play against their counterparts. ama dates was at sfo tonight when they landed back home. >> a big welcome home for these high school athletes. the baseball and softball players spent the last nine days in havana, cuba playing against students there. >> it was amazing. >> they played more for the love of the game which is cool because you are having more fun while playing. >> these are just a few of the spec spectacular photos from the trip. >> we learned a lot and got to see some things that some of these guys have never got to see before in marin county. >> -- i heard they were poor, but proud, and that was true. >> i saw students experiencing life in the moment and having fun in the moment. they weren't on their smart phones and texting. they weren't talking to their friends. they were participating together as a group. >> parents admit it was hard to have their kids so far away. >> it was hard not having contact, but we have the itinerary and tried to follow along vicariously. >> reporter: but they know it was worth it. >> i was yous so happy to know he was
. >> what does the ama say about this, the american medical association, which is the association representing doctors? >> the ama is actually kind of enlightened about a lot of this stuff. >> you mean they're in favor of the obama programs? >> they certainly supported obamacare. >> but they're just a fraction of the doctors out there. a lot of dock out there don't -- >> obamacare is helpful to them. we're talking money here. >> the obamacare is helpful in controlling healthcare costs. a huge chunk of the deficit reduction that's been achieved is through obamacare. >> when we come back, minimum wage hike. (woman) 3 days of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (woman) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because everyone deserves a lifetime. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. ♪ burning like a fire ♪ building
the super bowl, you can always dvr us. see you tomorrow. good night. >> ama: next, new details after the body of a teenager is found in fairfield. >> a scare in the water in the north bay and the warning you need to know about if your heading to the beach this weekend. >> super bowl frenzy, we're live in new orleans with the excitement leading up to the big game. abc7 news at 6:00 starts now. >> ama: developing news. tonight we're learning more about the 13-year-old girl whose body was found in fairfield park. the body was found yesterday morning in allenwood park in fairfield. that's where lisa amin gulezian joins us live tonight. reporter: just a few minutes ago i got an update from the police. he tells me there are still no suspects about the department does have a lot of surveillance video to go through. but ever since the girl's body was found at the park, this makeshift memorial just continues to grow. the 13-year-old was discovered yesterday morning at 6:00 a.m. she was naked, slumped over, and according to the man who found her, her skip was very cold. he tells me there were
,000 purchased statewide were done with no financing. ama dates is live, and it is fascinating and changing the way homes are sold in the bay area. >> reporter: dan, it really is. cash is great for the seller and the buyer. you can swing it, but for all of the people out there using financing to purchase a home, they are having a tough time competing with cash. he has lived in this foster city townhome for two years and is ready to buy a home in the south bea. he has been house hunting for seven or eight months and has taken the right steps. >> pre qualified. >> and he has his 20% down payment. the four or five offers have been rejected, and it turns out cash is key. >> the selling agent actually told us that we had the higher overall offer, but they took the cash offer because it was a quick close. >> it is a new phenomenon we are facing. >> he is president of the santa clara association of real fors and says there has been an increase of cash buyers in the bay area over the last several months. >> and it is not just first time buyers in the $400,000 range. it affects the 1 million and $2
. in the bay area that means about 26,000 homes out of nearly 146,000 purchased statewid with no financing. ama dates is is and it is fascinating and changing the way homes are sold in the bay area. >> reporter: dan, it really is. cash is great for the seller and the buyer. you can swing it, but for all of the people out there using financing to purchase a home, they are having a tough time competing with cash. he has lived in this foster city townhome for two years and is ready to buy a home in the south bea. he has been house hunting for seven or eight months and has taken the right steps. >> pre qualified. >> and he has his 20% down payment. the four or five offers have been rejected, and it turns out cash is key. >> the selling agent actually told us that we had the higher overall offer, but they took the cash offer because it was a quick close. >> it is a new phenomenon we are facing. >> he is president of the santa clara association of real fors and says there has been an increase of cash buyers in the bay area over the last several months. >> and it is not just first time buyers in the $
new surveillance video. abc7 news at 6:00 starts now. >> ama: a deadly accident in the east bay after a car overturns on interstate 80. traffic shut down for hours. i'm ama daetz. the accident happened on westbound interstate 80 in richmond. john alston is on the scene. reporter: traffic is moving again. all lanes have been open an hour and a half an the grinding crash which killed the driver of an suv and fouled up saturday traffic for most of the afternoon. this is the aftermath of the crash. a badly crumpled suv on i-80 west near central avenue in richmond. the crash itself took place at 1:15 this afternoon. the chp says the driver hit the center divider and rolled his vehicle several times. the 23-year-old hey hayward man behind the wheel was dead on the scene, and a passenger was injured. the suv also hit a pickup truck but no one in that vehicle was hurt. traffic on 80 west was backed up for miles and several hours after the chp shut down the two left lanes. the chp is currently in the process of interviewing witnesses find out exactly what happened and it has not been determine
is here with the investigation. >> dan and ama, he was about to use his phony navy seal background to cash in with a piece of a $300 million contract in the nation of barundi. but as we learned, a real navy seal was works to expose his lie. >> hi, aj. >> he sold his phony life story as a navy seal for $50,000. he convinced two doctors to give him hundreds of thousands more for a new security firm and then had his sights set on his biggest pay day yet. >> if i get one more phone call asking me to verify if aj dicken was ever a navy seal i am going to take this grenade and pull the pin and blow myself up. >> he is a retired seal who runs a training camp. he has access to the official database of every navy seal. shiply spends much of his time exposing phonies on a popular youtube channel. but the video he posted about aj dicken didn't seem to slow him down. >> how he turned that around and had people convinced for more money is i posted that myself. i have killed so many people in central and south america and afghanistan, they are looking for me. i put that up to throw them off my trail. >>
compartir con gente que realmente amas, de quÉ sirve. >>> aunque logrÓ mucho en poco tiempo, estÁ consciente que le falta por recorrer y demostrar en la meca del cine. >>> voy a seguir luchando, romper estereotipos, soy americana, nacÍ en estados unidos, el hecho del apellido, no me hace menos americana que cualquier otra persona, eso trato de cambiar. >>> tan americana eres que tienes un nuevo trabajo y nadie lo sabe. >>> sÍ, lo sÉ. >>> cuÉntanos del trabajo, seÑores, acÁ tienen a la analista del miami heat, cuÉntame cÓmo salio eso. >>> sÍ, dios mio, hice una entrevista con un muchacho, y esa entrevista nunca se dio, por x razÓn, la revista no funciono. bueno, toal mantuvimos una relaciÓn de oye viste el jiaego, trabaja para la nba. autoun nada. Él sabÍa que una actriz estaba obsesionada con el miami heat, y me dijo jen estoy escribiendo cada mes, quieres pues habare del miami heat todos los meses, y le dije por favor dame el trabajo, lo hago de gratis, es mi pasiÓn. y aquÍ estoy. >>> bien. >>> muy bien. >>> bien gracias. >>> es esa pasiÓn, y su dedicaciÓn que hace que se s
. >> ama: a community in mourning after a ten-year-old girl died in a fire on treasure island. tonight, residents left homeless try to begin putting back the pieces. good evening, i'm ama daetz. a vigil is set to get underway in less than an hour. tomas roman is live from treasure eye island. >> the candlelight vigil for the girl who died in the fire that destroyed this townhouse behind me, is set to start in an hour. neighbors are expected to gather here to mourn the passing of the ten-year-old who they describe as energetic and sweet. >> neighbors left stuffed animals, balloons, and notes where an early saturday morning fire took the life of core rebound na -- corrina godfrey. two of the subfamilies came together the units are now condemned. jeffrey chambers ran interested north dakota the burping unit to try to save the girl and suffered burns on his arms. >> i could not help save that child. and that's killing me. it's killing me for two days. i can't sleep at night. i was that close, and yet so far. reporter: some of the 22 residents may be here for the vigil. the red cross has ho
" for this saturday. thank you for watching and good night. >> ama: mc hammer arrested in the east bay. why heland behind bars. >> another bay area gun buyback runs out of money before all the guns are turned in. >>> the oscars countdown is on. we're less than 24 hours away from the big show. we'll have a live report from los angeles. abc7 news at 6:00 starts now. >> ama: we begin with breaking news out of san francisco. crews just gained control over a fire in the crocker area. one person was seriously injured and rushed to the hospital. and we are taking a live look at the scene right now. it's on delong street and you can see firefighters have a ladder going up there but the fire for the most part is out. they're on scene making sure nothing else flares up. we'll bring you the latest at 11:00. >> i'm ama daetz. now to another developing story. there are new details in the death of aspiring oakland rapper kenny cherry, jr. police have found the black reason rover involved in the death and you now looking for the man thought to be responsible. two were killed when maserati crashed into a taxi and
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